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  11/2/2016: FRENCH FILM FEST WITH NEW STRAND OF TV
This year’s, the 27th Alliance Française French Film Festival around Australia (from March 1 in Sydney to May 4 in Hobart) has two special program elements: Jean-Luc Godard’s Contempt and a new strand that will showcase five of France’s premier tv series.
  11/2/2016: SOME GREATS ON TCM IN APRIL
Mike Nichols’ incendiary Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf (1966), starring Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton is one of the great films on TCM (Foxtel) in its Salute to Directors during April.
  11/2/2016: SPANISH AFFAIR 2 TO OPEN FILMFEST
This year’s Spanish Film Festival (from April 12 in Sydney to May 15 in Hobart) will open with Spanish Affair 2, the sequel to last year’s festival opener, a playful take on the tensions between Spain’s regions, this time including Catalans.
 
  4/2/2016: “EXUBERANT” MONKEY KING 2 OPENS SAME DAY AS CHINA
Chinese dignitaries from the Embassy and from the Chinese Cultural Centre are attending tonight’s premiere of The Monkey King 2 at Sydney’s Event Cinemas in George Street, with China Central TV covering the evening.
  4/2/2016: CAROL AND MAD MAX TOPS AT 5TH AACTA INTERNATIONAL AWARDS
Abbie Cornish, Miranda Otto, Angus Sampson, Jonathan LaPaglia, Radha Mitchell, Luke Bracey, Anna Torv and Phillip Noyce were among those who presented at the AACTA International Awards held at the historic Avalon Hollywood last week, where Carol and Mad Max: Fury Road lead the awards count.
  4/2/2016: CRITICS AWARDS NOMINEES JOSTLE AMONG THEMSELVES
The Dressmaker, Holding The Man Last Cab To Darwin, Mad Max: Fury Road, Paper Planes and
Tanna are Best Film nominees in this year’s Film Critics Circle of Australia Awards, to be presented on February 23, 2016 at Sydney’s Paddington RSL. Full details
  4/2/2016: GEORGE MILLER PRESIDENT AT CANNES
George Miller returns to Cannes in 2016 as Jury President, a year after presenting his Mad Max: Fury Road at the Festival (May 11 – 22).
 
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